4th JIMEX 2020

Published on September 27, 2020
Current Context: The 4th edition of JIMEX 2020 Maritime exercise commenced on 26th Sep 2020. 
4th JIMEX 2020
  • JIMEX is the bilateral naval exercise conducted between India and Japan. 
  • JIMEX signifies Japan-India Maritime bilateral Exercise.
  • JIMEX 2020 commenced in North Arabian Sea. 
  • This year’s JIMEX observed the norms of non-contact at-sea-only format because of COVID-19.
  • The Indian Navy was represented by: (1) Indigenously built stealth destroyer Chennai (2) Teg class stealth frigate Tarkash (3) Fleet Tanker.
  • The Japan Navy was represented by: (1) JMSDF Ships Kaga (2) Guided Missile destroyer, Ikazuchi (3) Commander Escort Flotilla-2 (4) P81 long-range maritime patrol aircraft, integral helicopters and fighter aircraft.
  • The navies of both countries showcased a high degree of inter-operability and performed jointly operational skills. 
  • They conducted various advanced naval exercises across the spectrum of maritime operations.
  • They conducted multi-faceted exercise which included weapon firings, cross deck helicopter operations, anti-submarine and air warfare drills.
  • Static Part: 
    • Capital of Japan: Tokyo
    • Currency of Japan: Japanese Yen
    • Chief of Naval Staff: Admiral Karambir Singh

Question: 

Q.1 What is the name of India-Japan maritime exercise which was conducted in north Arabian Sea on Sep 26th, 2020?
a. Milan
b. JIMEX
c. Exercise Malabar
d. INDRA

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